Drew Denny
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Drew Denny’s award-winning first feature earned her a spot in The Advocate’s “40 Under 40” list, where she was named “an auteur to watch.” She went on to direct six documentary episodes for the launch of Vice’s “Broadly” – the most successful launch in Vice history- followed by an interview with Hillary Clinton, a documentary for CNN following the NASA scientists who survey Earth's polar ice caps, two narrative shorts starring cast from OITNB and BILLIONS, and a documentary following a troupe of drag queen nuns who save a rural homophobic community from ruin - which is now being developed as a narrative television series by Marta Kaufman’s company OK Goodnight. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts Production Program and California Institute of the Arts Aesthetics and Politics Masters Program, Drew has been accepted into the 2018 Sundance/Women in Film Financing Intensive, the 2018 IFP Screen Forward Episodic Lab, and the 2019 Roy and Edna Disney Theater’s Studio program. Her most recent short film, MOMSTER, premiered in Competition at Tribeca Film Festival 2019, and her forthcoming podcast ASKING FOR IT will be released by the CBC in January 2020.


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